-Part 1- Bertram Goodhue’s first publication in his early 20’s, A Somewhat Sojourn South of the Yellow Rio Grande was a small journal recounting his explorations of Mexico, it’s people, and it’s Spanish Colonial architecture at the turn of the century. Sketch of Mexican Church, Bertram Goodhue Sketch of Mexican Maiden, Bertram Goodhue Our exotic neighbor has long been a fascination with architects, from Stanford White in the 19th century, to Louis Preiss in the ‘30’s, and as I returned to Texas from my apprenticeship on the East Coast, San Antonio’s rich cultural heritage and colonial past revived my own fascination of our antiquated neighbor. Old San Antonio At the age of 27 it was time for an adventure south of my own. Early…